The two small projects I wrote long time ago, while being a researcher at Franhofer Fokus, were not really maintained, but anyhow it would be a pity to lose the code, parts of it may be useful in the future. If anyone wanders, here is short the description of these projects:
- pocketsipmsg - this project was used a lot durin 2002-2005 to make demos of SIP instant messaging using iPaq running Windows CE. It is basically a SIP user agent capable of sending and receiving text messages, developed in Visual C for Windows CE
- tmrec - this project offers a C library and command line tool for matching time recurrences defined by iCal RFC2445. The code is actually used, being embedded in cpl-c module of Kamailio SIP Server
Googling gave lot of useful tutorials about migrating SVN to GIT, I am writing here just to show the specific case of migration from BerliOS to GitHub - it could save time for some people interested in same kind of operation.
Personally I used a Mac OS X, so first I installed git-svn from ports:
# port -v -d install git-core +svn
On a Debian/Ubuntu, the command should be:
# apt-get install git-svn
You have to create a file to map BerliOS username (used for SVN commits) to name and email address (to be used by Git). I named it authors.txt, the content:
dcm = Daniel-Constantin Mierla <firstname.lastname@example.org>
(no author) = Daniel-Constantin Mierla <email@example.com>
root = Daniel-Constantin Mierla <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For some reasons, which I didn't want to spend time to investigate why, there were two other authors appearing to have committed in SVN: root and (no author) -- so simply I mapped them to myself as well.
Next step I used git svn to clone the berlios project - here is the command used for pocketsipmsg project:
# git svn clone http://svn.berlios.de/svnroot/repos/pocketsipmsg --no-metadata -A authors.txt -t tags -b branches -T trunk pocketsipmsg
You will have to replace pocketsipmsg with your project ID on BerliOS.
I wanted to get the tags and branches from SVN. In the cloned directory, pocketsipmsg, you can list the branches with:
# git branch -r
You will notice that the SVN tags are now branches, to get them back to tags, you have to execute for each tag (named next as $tagname):
# git tag $tagname tags/$tagname
# git branch -r -d tags/$tagname
On GitHub you have to create the repository for storing the project - see http://help.github.com/create-a-repo/ to learn how to do it, if you haven't done it yet. In my case, I named it also pocketsipmsg.
Then add GitHub as remote repository and push to it:
# git remote add origin email@example.com:miconda/pocketsipmsg.git
# git push origin master --tags
That's all, your project is now stored on GitHub!
In summary, if git-svn is installed, your project does not have tags, you created authors file and added the repository $PROJECTNAME on GitHub under user $USERID, the commands you have to run for migration of $PROJECTNAME from BerliOS to GitHub are:
# git svn clone http://svn.berlios.de/svnroot/repos/$PROJECTNAME --no-metadata -A authors.txt -t tags -b branches -T trunk $PROJECTNAME
# cd $PROJECTNAME
# git remote add origin firstname.lastname@example.org:$USERID/$PROJECTNAME.git
# git push origin master